Your generous tax-deductible support of the School of Kinesiology is more critical than ever.
Gifts for undergraduate scholarships help provide support for current and future students while easing the burden of rising tuition. Support through scholarships and fellowships enables the School to compete nationally and internationally for top graduate students, enhancing our research and strengthening our ability to develop and greatly improve partnerships with communities, schools and organizations. Though state funding may be at historic lows, your support gives our students the much needed resources for enlarging knowledge and understanding in such areas as childhood obesity, health and wellness, the impact of sport on girls and women, and movement science.

I hope my research can help improve recovery from stroke, benefiting patients and clinicians.

I-Ling Yeh is a student leader and community volunteer. Her doctoral research in kinesiology investigates a novel wrist movement intervention for people with chronic stroke. I-Ling's scholarship is allowing her to present that research at two national conferences.

Read article from CEHD Connect, Fall 2016

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